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The Post's Ian Ording goes over what is happening Friday at the Nelsonville Music Festival. The annual festival is continuing thru Sunday.
The Post staff writer Josh Jamerson volunteers to take on simulated symptoms of schizophrenia when he participates in "Challenge by Choice," an annual event put on by the Athens City Commission on Disabilities.
University and city officials met with community members and students on Wednesday evening to discuss what occurred two weekends ago at Palmer Fest and to answer questions and gather ideas about what will happen regarding fests in Athens in the future.
Ohio University students, faculty and Athens residents joined in solidarity to honor Trayvon Martin, a slain black Florida teenager. Photos by Gwen Titley and Sam Owens, audio by Gwen Titley, edited by Erin Corneliussen.
The Athens County Sheriff's Academy gives students and regular civilians the opportunity to earn their OPOTA certificate, which is needed for nearly all law enforcement occupations. The intense program lasts for five months.
Check out episode three of Sarah vs. Food. Sarah competes against Post Editor Wesley Lowery in Kiser's Boss Hogg Challenge.
The Nelsonville Community Center is run by Rhonda Bentley. It provides a community environment for people to stay at during the day, free clothes, a free lunch on Friday's, and much more.
Sam Jones, a 71-year-old kickboxing champion, has been keeping kids off the streets of Glouster by teaching them how to box. Sam's Gym, a boxing gym started by Sam's father and grandfather, is free and open to anyone.
This week, Sarah takes on The Mafioso Challenge at Goodfella’s Pizza, a food challenge that entails eating a half sheet of pizza with 100 pepperoni in 20 minutes.
Brad Clark, Jackie O's brewmaster, hosted The Empower Campaign's annual “Dads Weekend Beer Tasting” was held at Jackie O’s on Saturday. Andria and Hogan Sherrow run the non-profit organization and hold this event each year as a fundraiser. Giving OU dads a chance to try some locally brewed beer and donate to charity.
Ohio University Dads faced the ice this weekend and ventured out to the crowded bars around Court Street this past Saturday night.
Various events took place this weekend in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, including the 12th Annual Silent March from Galbreath Chapel to Baker University Center.
Post editor Wesley Lowery sits down with hip-hop artist Jean P to discuss his recent project "Opposite Attract," his return to Ohio University and the birth of his now-1-year-old son.
Post editor Wesley Lowery runs down the front page headlines for Wednesday, Jan. 4 and interviews Ohio University student and Athens rap artist Jean P.
Post editor Wesley Lowery breaks down the top headlines of Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2012's paper. The first issue of Winter Quarter, the paper features the first installment of two front-page series and coverage of the Ohio men's basketball team's heartbreaking home loss to Robert Morris.
As Ohio University students packed away the jeggings and loaded up on lacrosse jerseys and flip-flops in preparation for the 10-week party gauntlet that is Spring Quarter, many are probably regretting packing proper rain gear.